Sure, there’s lots of great WordPress plugins to help you with SEO. But in case you don’t want to use a plugin, here’s a super efficient code make your blog SEO friendly.
By default, WordPress generate the slug (url) from your post title. It do not remove any words, even shorter ones which don’t add any value to your seo. Here’s a super useful tip to automatically remove short words from your urls.
Created by Facebook, Open Graph is a protocol which allow your blog or website to “talk” to social networks. Here is a super useful code snippet to add to your WordPress site to make it fully Open Graph compliant.
As a blogger or website owner, your goal is probably to attract traffic to your website. While facebook and twitter are definitely the two bigger social networking sites, Pinterest is also bringing lots of traffic to blogs. So what about adding a pinterest “Pin It” button to your blog? Let’s do it.
By default, WordPress does not automatically add a rel=”nofollow” attribute to external links within post content. If you want to do it, here is a simple hack to force WordPress to add the rel=”nofollow” attribute to every external link.
By default, WordPress do not add a <meta description> tag to your blog. While not necessary, some SEO experts insists that this tag is important for your site SEO. So what about generating one using your post content? Here is a cool piece of code to do it easily.
Duplicate content is one of the most discussed topics in terms of SEO. Happilly, with the new rel=’canonical’ attribute, you can now reduce risks of duplicate content. Here is how to implement it for your comments pages, on your WordPress blog.
I already shown you how to easily prevent Search Engine indexing on a certain post or page. But how to only hide a portion of text to Google, your navigation menu for example? Just read on to get started.
Some time ago, I shown you how to make your title tag SEO friendly. Even if it is already cool, this function can still be enhanced by using a custom field. Read on if you’re interested.
Some days ago, I shown you how to disable search engine indexing on a single post. One of WpRecipes reader, Kevin Paquet, asked me how to do the same thing on a specific category. Here is the answer to Kevin question.